How To Deal With Blood Loss In Patients With Perianal Abscesses?
Night. I just got a perianal abscess but at the same time the doctor was only given antibiotics. thank God the pain has subsided but blood still often comes out with blood clots. Do you have to do a surgery for blood to come out again?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. Perianal abscess is a condition of pus buildup in the area around the anus. This condition causes pus discharge from the anus, pain, redness, swelling and hardening of the skin, can also be fever and cold.
The causes of perianal abscess can vary, it could be due to a blockage in the anal gland, a skin infection, a sexually transmitted infection, and a higher risk if a person has diabetes, has anal sex, derives from a diverticulum, and suffers from inflammation in the pelvis.
Regarding your question, if there is blood that comes out and is quite frequent, it should be considered that maybe you are experiencing not only perianal abscess, but also hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids, or other forms of injury. This is because perianal abscesses are blisters, not open sores, and do not generally bleed. Therefore, check your condition again with your surgeon, and submit your complaint now. There may be additional treatment for your current condition, whether in the form of oral medication, or surgical procedures if it is deemed necessary.
Meanwhile, no need to worry too much, avoid pushing and lifting heavy loads, multiply drinking water and vegetables, consume high-protein nutrients such as milk, eggs, cheese, yogurt, tempeh, beef, and chicken breast, if you have previously had sex Anal, do not do it again in the future, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.